Grove Farm Sugar Plantation Museum
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Grove Farm museum and
Waioli Mission House
are Re-Open for Guided Tours!

    We are excited to welcome back visitors to Grove Farm and the Waioli Mission House!  To celebrate being able to once again share the rich and diverse history of  Kauai, which is authentically preserved at these historic sites, the regular requested donation amounts will be reduced
until the end of the year.

    Reflecting the world as it is today, social distancing protocol will be in place for all tours including the wearing
of masks, keeping six feet apart, and checking temperatures.

    Reservations are required for the tours
at both museums.

    Grove Farm museum two hour tours are on the same days and times as they were previously; Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.  Tour groups will have a maximum of four guests plus the guide, with the requested donation being just $10.00 per person and keiki 5-12 years will be $5.00 each.

    For a reservation at Grove Farm please call (808) 245-3202 or email tours@grovefarm.org.

    At the Waioli Mission House  tours will be held as before on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays between   9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.  The requested donation will be $5.00 per person, and keiki 12 and under will be free.
There is one change at the mission house,
reservations are now required.
Please call (808) 826-1528
 to reserve your tour time.

Hope to see you soon!

 

 

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Grove Farm museum’s  Sugar Plantation Locomotive Interactive Learning Park

Welcome to Grove Farm

Grove Farm Museum

Sugar cane was the chief agricultural industry on Kauai for over 150 years. Providing one of the last authentic experiences of Kauai’s sugar cane heritage, Grove Farm continues today in its arrangement and operation as it did as a developing center of a 19th century Hawaii sugar plantation. Acquired in 1864 by George N. Wilcox, the son of missionary teachers, Grove Farm is a beautifully preserved one hundred acre homestead in the center of Lihue that includes the original plantation main house, owner’s cottage, guest cottage, old office, as well as other resident and plantation workers’ housing camp. The ongoing active household and farm with its animals, gardens, banana patches and pastures, maintain the same cleaning and agricultural schedules and practices that were established in the 1870’s.

 

 

     Waioli Corporation

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